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Union Jack

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Government
Union JackˌUnion ˈJack noun [countable]  PGthe national flag of the United Kingdom
Examples from the Corpus
Union JackChristie, as you saw when he walked slowly round the track in a Union Jack, loves a wallow in praise.A Union Jack was to be purchased for the occasion at a cost not exceeding one pound.A small Union Jack was hanging from a pole.Disloyal Catholics did not fly the Union Jack.You put the Union Jack behind them in the picture and you state, Our home-grown Brit boys'.When the women reached the pole they raised the Union Jack, sang the national anthem and drank champagne.It was, Robert noted with a mixture of horror and relief, the Union jack.
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